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golfnutt8
Combo Boxes
Ok lets see if I can tell you my problem without exploding., I want to be able to choose an Item from my combo box and then based on my choice display a label telling me the full name of the choice. The Combo box will display abrev. names like Chris instead of Christopher or Dept instead of Department., Then I want a label to say: Dept = Department. Is this possible?, I hope I was clear[*]null
17 years ago

RobZ
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17 years ago
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Re: Combo Boxes
See if This Works: , 1. Create a Text File Containing all Abr & Explanations, DEPT ; Department, CLS ; Clear Screen, . ; ., Blah ; BlahThen Read the pairs into an Array, , Dim prs() , Open sFile For Input As #99, cnt = 0, While Not EOF(99), cnt = cnt + 1, Line Input #99, myLine, LineArray = split(myLine,";"), redim Preserve prs(2,cnt), prs(0,cnt) = lineArray(0), prs(1,cnt) = lineArray(1), Wend, Close #1now you can populate the combobox from prs(0,n), for xx = 1 to cnt, me.ComboBox1.AddItem prs(0,xx), nextfinally you can display the definition of the selected abr., . . . inside click event , for xx = 1 to ubound(prs,2), if me.ComboBox1.Text = prs(0,xx) then, msgbox prs(0,xx) & " = " & prs(1,xx), end if, nextHope this helps
17 years ago
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RobZ
Re: MsgBox
Try this, , Function/Sub DelCels(), ans = msgbox("Are You Sure?",vbQuestion+VbYesNo), if ans = vbYes then , 'Delete Cells here, end if, end Function/Subhope this helps
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Re: MshFlexGrid ....Display Totals at the change o
Not Sure If I Understand the Problem but here goes anyway, , , By iterating through the msFlexGrid.Textmatrix() Property it is possible to read, and or change the values displyed, , , i.e. , Dim tot as long, ' imagine col to add up= 3rd col ( 0,1,2) , ' leave out row 0 as it usually has headings , for x = 1 to me.msflexgrid1.Rows, tot = tot + me.msflexgrid1.textmatrix(2,x), next, msgbox "Total of Col 3 = " & totHope this helps
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Vitaliy
need help with VB+Databse
Hi!, I need help on which Dtabase to use for my App., Shortly,I am developing an app. that will run in the LAN evironment with max.5 workstations that will run !!Windows98!!. The problem is what can I use as a Database? SQL Servers are too expensive., I could use desktop database and implement 3-tier architecture that uses DCOM,but Windows98 is a problem.put Access databse file in a shared folder? What else could you suggest., I really NEED HELP!!!, , thanks,Vitaliy
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17 years ago

RobZ
Look at MSDE - a Royalty free SQL Sserver engine that comes with VB6.0, MSDN or MS Office 2000 premium., If you have one of these, you can use the MSDE engine free of charge! ( it's basically a Full Fledged SQL Server without the GUI ), Search for MSDE on MSDN.com
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Re: need help with VB+Databse
Look at MSDE - a Royalty free SQL Sserver engine that comes with VB6.0, MSDN or MS Office 2000 premium., If you have one of these, you can use the MSDE engine free of charge! ( it's basically a Full Fledged SQL Server without the GUI ), Search for MSDE on MSDN.com
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